River Flask

$ 128
  • Six ounce stainless steel flask in leather case. Each case is handcrafted from premium leather using a saddle stitch for maximum durability. Edges are dyed, waxed and burnished. Arrives in a canvas dust bag with flask included.

  • •  Width: 3.75"
    •  Height: 5.25"
    •  Depth: 1.25"

  • Rinse flask with water only. For a fuller cleaning, use a solution of 1 part lemon juice and 1 part water. Never use soap. 

    Clean leather flask case with a soft cloth. Use a leather conditioner annually if desired.

  • 1-3 business days using USPS Priority shipping. Once shipped, you'll receive a "Confirmation of Shipping" email with your USPS tracking information. For shipping questions, email us at hello@slightlyalabama.com.

Available Colors:



Slightly Alabama is a brand of leather goods founded in 2013 by Dana Glaeser. Operating as a small atelier, we produce limited quantity leather bags, wallets, belts, cases and accessories. Our products are designed and manufactured in our Ridgewood, NY studio where we focus on developing expertise in design through traditional techniques and processes. 



Shipping Information

Detailed shipping information is listed on each product page. Most products will ship within 3-5 business days from the time you place your order. All totes, bags and briefcases will ship in 3-4 weeks.

Once we ship your order via USPS, we'll send you a shipment confirmation email with tracking information. Should you have any questions about the status of your order, please email us at hello@slightlyalabama.com.


Standard shipping charges will be added to your order. This is calculated by the carrier and method you select using the sized and weight of the total products in your shopping cart.


We work with USPS, UPS and FedEx.

Shipping Timetable

The following information is an estimate based on information from the USPS website. Times may vary. Take into account our fulfillment time is usually 3-5 days. If you have an urgent request, please feel free to email us at hello@slightlyalabama.com prior to placing your order and we'll make every effort to accommodate you.

Class Average shipping timeframe
Priority Mail 2-3 Days
Priority Mail Express 1-2 Days

Our Leather

Slightly Alabama sources leather from one of two American tanneries—Horween® (Chicago, IL) and Wickett & Craig (Curwensville, PA). We use bovine hides that are vegetable tanned, chromium tanned or a mixture of tanning methods. Detailed information about the exact leather used is listed on each product page. For more information about our tanneries, read below:


Horween Leather Company was founded in 1905. For more than 100 years and five generations their goal has been to make the world's best leather. Making the best means doing lots of little things right. It means never mistaking fastest or cheapest with the best. It means always using formulas that do not cut corners, and choosing components strictly for their quality.

Horween Leather offers an unparalleled blend of quality, consistency, responsiveness, and innovation. Through the years, they have cultivated their experience to offer dynamic lines of leathers. Their products include traditional, old world tannages and techniques, carefully updated with modern applications. Today, their leathers are still made by hand, the same way as generations ago.


Wickett & Craig

Founded in 1867, Wickett & Craig is a world premiere vegetable tannery. A labor-intensive method that requires skilled workers, veg-tanning is a natural, eco-friendly process that produces durable, exquisite leathers recognized for their depth of color and rich patina. Simply put their leathers not only endure, but get better with age.

Originally from Toronto, Canada, today Wickett & Craig calls Curwensville, Pennsylvania home, making it one of the only specialty vegetable tanneries in the U.S.A.

Located on more than 16 acres of land, their state-of-the-art facility produces 4,500,000 square feet of both light- and heavy-weight leathers annually. The former are used to craft luxury goods, like shoes, bags and belts, while the latter are used to make traditional equestrian gear, including saddles, bridles and straps. 


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